Isle of the Dead (1945) was a Drama - Horror Film directed by Mark Robson and produced by Jack J. Gross and Val Lewton.
Isle of the Dead (1945, Mark Robson)on Jan 3, 2013 From The Stop Button
The Greek anti-defamation league, if it existed, mustn’t have had much power when Isle of the Dead came out. It’s a quarantine drama, a genre I’m unfamiliar with but certainly has a lot of potential, set on a small Greek island. There’s nothing on the island besides an amateu... Read full article
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Filming began in July 1944, but was suspended when Boris Karloff required back surgery. It was completed in December 1944. After Karloff had recovered from surgery, but before the cast of Isle of the Dead could be reassembled, Val Lewton and Karloff made The Body Snatcher, which was released first.
The 19th century artist, Bocklin, painted "The Isle of the Dead." It appears in the credits of this film and is recreated in the sets.
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